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Past articles by Willa:

U.S. Life Expectancy Continues To Fall As Overdose And Suicide Rates Soar

It's the longest-running decline in U.S. history since World War I, when a flu pandemic killed almost 700,000 people nationwide. → Read More

New Sinclair Segment Defends Tear-Gassing Of Migrant Children At Border

The segment is reportedly a "must run" for Sinclair, the largest U.S. owner of local TV stations by number of outlets. → Read More

Trump Rips Robert Mueller As 'Prosecutor Gone Rogue' After Paul Manafort Complaint

The special counsel says the former Trump campaign manager has been lying to prosecutors, so his plea deal is off. → Read More

Trump Falsely Claims Border Agents Were Badly Hurt In Migrant Tear Gas Clashes

He said the tear gas was "very safe" as he slammed the migrants as violent criminals. → Read More

No Trump, Your Migrant Child Separation Policy Isn't The 'Exact Same' As Obama's

Trump separated more than 2,000 families at the southern U.S. border. Obama did not. → Read More

Turkey's Foreign Minister Accuses Trump Of Turning 'Blind Eye' To Khashoggi's Murder

Trump has defended Saudi Arabia and its crown prince despite evidence directly linking them to the journalist's death. → Read More

Trump Rants About Khashoggi, Judges, Borders In Thanksgiving Call With Troops

The president called a district judge a "disgrace" and reiterated his claim that migrants in the caravan are criminals. → Read More

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Throws Support Behind Nancy Pelosi For House Speaker

As long as the current minority leader remains progressive. → Read More

Senate Demands Answers On Khashoggi Murder After Trump Stands By Saudis

They want to know whether Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was personally responsible. → Read More

James Clapper Calls Trump's Bin Laden Criticism A 'Slam At The Intelligence Community'

The president thinks retired Navy Adm. William McRaven should have brought Osama bin Laden to justice sooner. → Read More

White House Issues New 'Rules' For Press Corps After Acosta Battle

Reporters could have their passes suspended or revoked for asking more than one question. → Read More

Michael Bloomberg Donates $1.8 Billion To Johns Hopkins University For Financial Aid

The record gift aims to open the "door of opportunity" for lower- and middle-income students. → Read More

Protesters Opposing Migrant Caravan Clash With Police In Tijuana

Thousands of Central American migrants are using the city as a temporary home base until they attempt to apply for asylum in the U.S. → Read More

GOP Senator Says Voter Suppression Is A 'Great Idea'

Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) said it should be harder for "liberal folks" to vote. → Read More

Prosecutors Mistakenly Reveal Criminal Charges Against Julian Assange

A U.S. attorney asked to keep the charges sealed until Assange gets arrested. → Read More

Facebook Reportedly Paid For Smear Campaign Against George Soros

The social media giant tried to deflect criticism by linking anti-Facebook activists to Soros, according to a New York Times investigation. → Read More

Trump Picks Retired General To Fill Vacancy As Ambassador To Saudi Arabia

If confirmed, Gen. John Abizaid, who oversaw the Iraq war, would step into rising tensions over the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. → Read More

Some Of The First Migrants From Caravan To Reach U.S. Border Are LGBTQ Asylum Seekers

Several hundred people made it to Tijuana on Tuesday. → Read More

Amnesty Strips Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi Of Human Rights Award

The country's leader has failed to speak out against atrocities targeting the country's Rohingya minority, Amnesty said. → Read More

Judge Delays Georgia Election Results To Protect Provisional Ballots

Election results — including those of the gubernatorial battle between Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp — can't be certified until at least Friday. → Read More